Luxurious EBC and Gokyo Lake Trek – 11 days

Luxurious EBC and Gokyo Lake Trek – 11 days

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    1. Breathtaking Scenery: The trek offers awe-inspiring views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest (8,848 meters), Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many others. The landscapes vary from lush forests to rugged terrains and snow-covered trails.
    2. Sherpa Culture: Along the trekking trail, you’ll encounter Sherpa villages that provide a glimpse into the rich Sherpa culture and traditions. You can visit monasteries, stupas, and other religious sites that hold significant cultural importance.
    3. Namche Bazaar: Often considered the gateway to the Everest region, Namche Bazaar is a bustling trading hub where trekkers acclimatize and stock up on supplies. It’s a great place to experience local culture, sample Sherpa cuisine, and shop for souvenirs.
    4. Tengboche Monastery: This famous monastery is a spiritual landmark along the trek, surrounded by stunning mountain views. Trekkers often take a moment to witness the daily rituals and prayers here.
    5. Everest Base Camp: The ultimate destination of the trek is Everest Base Camp itself. While you won’t be climbing to the summit, reaching the base camp is a significant achievement. The views of Everest from this point are awe-inspiring.
    6. Kala Patthar: A viewpoint near Everest Base Camp, Kala Patthar offers one of the most spectacular panoramic views of the Everest massif, especially during sunrise. It’s a challenging ascent, but the view is worth the effort.

Luxurious EBC and Gokyo Lake Trek Overview

The Luxurious Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek is a 11-days trek in the Himalayas that takes trekkers to the base of Mount Everest and the stunning Gokyo Lakes. The trek is a challenging but rewarding experience that is sure to leave trekkers with memories that will last a lifetime.

The trek starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, where trekkers will meet their guide and porters. The next day, the trek begins with a hike to Phakding, the first stop on the trek. Phakding is a small village with a few lodges and shops. From Phakding, the trek continues to Namche Bazaar, the largest village in the Khumbu Valley. Namche Bazaar is a great place to acclimatize to the high altitude and do some shopping for souvenirs.

After Namche Bazaar, the trek continues to Tengboche, a Sherpa village with a beautiful monastery. Tengboche is another great place to acclimatize and enjoy the views of the surrounding mountains. From Tengboche, the trek continues to Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorak Shep, and Everest Base Camp. Gorak Shep is the last stop before Everest Base Camp. From Gorak Shep, trekkers can hike to Everest Base Camp, which is located at an altitude of 5,364 meters (17,598 feet).

After Everest Base Camp, the trek continues to Gokyo Lakes, a group of five beautiful lakes located in the Khumbu Valley. The Gokyo Lakes are a popular destination for trekkers, and offer stunning views of Mount Everest and the surrounding mountains. From Gokyo Lakes, the trek returns to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

The Luxury Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek is a great way to see the best of what the Khumbu Valley has to offer. The trek is well-organized and caters to the needs of luxury travelers. Trekkers will stay in comfortable lodges with hot showers and delicious food. They will also be accompanied by a qualified guide and porters to ensure their safety and comfort.

This is just a sample itinerary, and the exact route and schedule may vary depending on the time of year and the fitness level of the trekkers.

Here are some of the other popular trekking trails in the Everest region:

Everest View Trek: This trek offers stunning views of Mount Everest without having to go all the way to Base Camp.

3 High Passes Trek: This challenging trek passes through three high passes, including the Kongma La Pass, which is over 5,500 meters high.

Gokyo Lake Trek: This trek combines the Everest Base Camp Trek with a visit to the beautiful Gokyo Lakes.

Tyangboche Trek: This trek takes you to the Tengboche Monastery, one of the most important monasteries in the Khumbu region.

Everest Base Camp Trek: This is the classic Everest Base Camp Trek, following the same route that has been used by trekkers for decades.

Namche Bazaar Trek: This trek takes you to the Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar, which is the gateway to the Everest region.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek: This trek is a longer and more challenging alternative to the standard Everest Base Camp Trek. It starts in the town of Jiri and follows a less-traveled route to Base Camp.

Detail Itinerary

After landing at Kathmandu airport, our representative pick you up and take to you to Hotel. In hotel our tour officer will brief you about your trip in detail. Lay on the bed for the rest after the long hours of air travel. You will meet the Tour Officer  introducing you and brief about your trip to the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake. Then you will do some necessary shopping for the trekking with Guide or walk in Thamel street for relax.

In the morning, once you’ve got your boarding pass, it’s time to take flight to Namche Bazaar. Situated at a high altitude, Namche Bazaar requires acclimatization. Therefore, we’ll spend this day resting and exploring the area to gauge how well you adjust to the altitude, which is crucial for proceeding further.

At an elevation of 3,440m, Namche Bazaar serves as the primary trading hub of the region. Today is all about giving our bodies the chance to adjust to the altitude. You can opt for a two-hour hike to Everest View Point, which aids in acclimatization with its uphill terrain. Alternatively, take the day to wander around Namche Bazaar. Don’t miss the Sherpa museum for insights into Sherpa culture and the history of mountaineering. On Saturdays, the Hatt Bazaar offers a glimpse into the local marketplace. Namche Bazaar itself is a bustling shopping center stocked with everything you might need for trekking and mountaineering.

After spending a night in Namche, we veer off the main Everest trail towards Dole, situated at an elevation of 4,110m (13,152 ft). Our journey begins with a steep ascent out of Namche Bazaar, leading us to Khumjung Village, where breathtaking views of Thamserku, Kantenga, and Ama Dablam await. The most challenging part of the day involves crossing Mong La, a captivating spot nestled on the slope of Mt. Khumbila.

Here, an ancient Chorten stands at the heart of Mong La settlement. We pause at the summit of Mong La to relish in panoramic vistas of snow-capped mountains and valleys while enjoying lunch. Along the way, keep an eye out for wildlife such as pheasants, mountain goats, and the elusive musk deer. Trekking through forests, waterfalls, and bridges, we finally arrive at Dole, a quaint village with a handful of teahouses. Expect a trekking duration of 6 to 7 hours.

Prepare yourself for what we affectionately call a “short walking day.” Today’s journey involves a climb out of the serene Dole Valley followed by a gradual ascent along the Dudh Kosi Valley, perched high above the river. While the terrain may seem relatively easy, the effects of altitude will start to make themselves known, even on the slightest incline.

The rugged alpine landscape, punctuated only by sparse clusters of scrub juniper, stands in stark contrast to the majestic snowy peaks and deep azure skies above. After a couple of hours, you’ll reach Luza (4360m), and before long, you’ll arrive at Machhermo, where tonight’s lodging awaits.

If you’re still brimming with energy, consider embarking on an excursion after lunch. Traverse rocky rubble to reach the base of Kyajo Ri (6168m) and Machhermo Peak (6073m). But keep your wits about you – legend has it that a Yeti was spotted here in 1974, causing havoc by attacking three yaks and injuring a Sherpa girl. Embrace the beauty of the landscape while remaining vigilant!

Today marks our excursion to the captivating Gokyo Lakes. Following a one-hour trek, we’ll traverse the elevated grazing lands and arrive at Phanga. Here, amidst the stunning landscape, you’ll encounter memorials honoring those who lost their lives to landslides.

As we ascend, the paths gradually narrow, leading us to the outlet of the first Gokyo Lake, the smallest among the five prominent lakes in the region. Continuing our journey, the Gokyo village awaits just a short walk from the third Gokyo Lake, nestled amidst the lofty heights of Nepal.

Amidst the enchanting Gokyo Valley, a notable sight awaits: the iconic Gokyo Ri viewpoint, perched atop a hill, offering unparalleled vistas of the surroundings.


Today marks a significant and challenging milestone as many, if not all, of you eagerly anticipate conquering the first Himalayan peak, Gokyo Ri, standing proudly at 5,330 meters. While comparatively modest amidst the grandeur of the surrounding mountains, ascending to such heights is an accomplishment few have experienced. Though the climb itself isn’t overly technical, it demands considerable effort and perseverance due to the reduced oxygen levels at altitude. Thankfully, our thorough acclimatization prepares us well for the journey ahead.

Our ascent begins promptly at 5 am, offering the opportunity to witness a breathtaking sunrise along the way. From the summit, we’ll be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of iconic peaks including Everest, Nuptze, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholatse, and Taboche. After a brief 30-40 minute rest to capture memorable photos, we commence our descent. Upon reaching the lodges, we’ll enjoy a hearty breakfast, take a well-deserved break, and then continue onwards to the village of Dragnak.

Today’s trek from Thaknak over the Cho La Pass at 5,367m/17,604ft to Dzongla at 4,830m/15,939ft is undeniably the most challenging leg of our journey and shouldn’t be taken lightly. We must begin early, between 4-6 am, unlike other days on the trip. While the pass itself isn’t technically difficult, its steepness and the glacier traverse on the eastern side demand caution, especially for inexperienced trekkers. The trail from Phedi ascends through a ravine and rocky terrain, requiring continuous effort.

As we trek alongside a frozen lake, we eventually reach the adorned summit of the pass, marked by prayer flags. From this vantage point, the majestic Ama Dablam dominates the southern skyline, while Cholatse stands tall to the west, and Lobuche East and Baruntse loom to our right. Navigating through some crevasses, we proceed towards Dzongla, another picturesque spot offering panoramic views of Cholatse, Ama Dablam, Lobuche Peak, and the distant Pheriche village below. Our overnight stay will be in a basic local lodge. Expect a trekking duration of 7 to 8 hours today.

Today, following a hearty breakfast, we’ll bid farewell to Dzongla and set our sights on Lobuche. Along the trek, we’ll be treated to breathtaking vistas of Mount Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and a myriad of other snow-capped peaks, traversing through diverse and captivating landscapes. After approximately four hours of walking, we’ll arrive at our destination for the day, Lobuche. Here, we’ll settle in at a guesthouse for the night.

Today is a momentous occasion for all trekking enthusiasts who have long harbored the dream of reaching the base of the world’s highest mountain. The initial part of our journey will be relatively gentle, with minimal uphill climbing until we reach Gorakshep. The trail will wind through rocky and rugged terrain, tracing the Khumbu glacier until we reach Base Camp. After approximately three hours of hiking, we’ll arrive at the stunning village perched above 5,000m. We’ll take several breaks, including a lunch stop, before continuing our ascent to Base Camp.

The next leg of our journey entails another three-hour trek along a rocky moraine trail, formed by remnants of glacial activity. The mesmerizing vistas of the Khumbu icefall, the towering peak of Everest, and other majestic mountains cloaked in glacier add an extra layer of allure to the base camp experience. If we’re trekking during the spring season, we may encounter hundreds of climbers embarking on their Everest and Lhotse summit attempts.

After soaking in the awe-inspiring scenery, we’ll return to Gorakshep for accommodation. Given the high altitude, maintaining a proper diet, staying hydrated, and allowing for ample rest are crucial aspects of your journey.

Kala Patthar stands as the pinnacle of the Everest Base Camp trek itinerary, reaching an elevation of 5640 meters. While many embark on the journey to witness the spectacular sunrise from its summit, the bitter cold of winter makes the early ascent quite challenging. This time, we opted to begin our trek at 7:30 am.

The journey to the top is arduous and demanding, with the ascent typically taking between 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours, followed by a descent of around 30 to 40 minutes. The summit is often characterized by strong winds and frigid temperatures, making it essential to be adequately prepared. Walking sticks can prove invaluable, especially on the descent.

Although the trail is generally well-marked, the rocky terrain near the summit may require some improvisation in choosing a path. It’s common for hikers to leave their backpacks in their rooms, make the ascent to Kala Patthar, descend to Lobuche, and then return to Kathmandu by Helicopter.

Today marks the conclusion of our thrilling adventure! Our company representative will accompany you to the airport, ensuring you arrive approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight. As you journey homeward, you’ll have ample time to reflect on your experiences and start planning your next adventure in the beautiful country of Nepal.

Cost Details

  • What is Included
  • Kathmandu International Airport Pick up and Drop by Car/Van/Jeep
  • Accommodation with breakfast in Kathmandu – 5 star luxurious Hotel
  • Kathmandu Domestic Airport Pick up and Drop by Car
  • During the trek, Accommodation with attached bathroom hotel
  • Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast on your own choices
  • Kathmandu to Namche Bazaar Helicopter flight
  • Lobuche to Kathmandu Helicopter flight
  • Professional Guide and Porter Services
  • Insurance of Guide and Porters
  • Daily wages of Guide and Porter
  • Trekking Permit and National Park Fees
  • TIMS Card (Trekking information Management System)
  • What is Excluded
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu while staying here
  • Alcoholic drinks like as Coke, Fanta, Beer, Whiskey, Vodka etc
  • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu). You will require 2 passport size photos.
  • Travel Insurance and Helicopter Rescue, if requires
  • If flight night possible because of bad weather or road blockage etc
  • Personal Expenses like battery charging, internet etc
  • Tipping for Guide or Porter ( not mandatory but expected)
  • Lanudry Serivices and Phone call
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    Trek to Everest and Gokyo with Professionals

    We operate Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Trek with profession Guide and Porter who are entirely familiar and experience about Everest Region and led 40+ treks to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo. We have the tools you need to best prepare for this trip of a lifetime.  If you are thinking of joining a trek to the world’s highest peak, then make sure you do your research, and choose the right team!  We run over 30 trips a year to Everest Base Camp with Gokyo and are happy to get on a call to further discuss this amazing journey with you.  Check out our upcoming trips and GET IN TOUCH today.

    Why Trek to Mount Everest and Gokyo

    Mount Everest conjures up stories of heroism, risk, perseverance, extreme challenge and we have a basic human desire to explore.  We want to help you fully prepare you to be immersed in the mesmerizing world of Mount Everest and the Sherpa people.  This region of Nepal is truly magical, and our treks will show you just how exciting it is. Rich culture, world class mountain viewing, great food, the colorful city of Kathmandu, amazing side trips, along with extremely special people – this trek truly has it all.

    Don’t trust us? Read some REVIEWS from our trips.

    Over the past twenty years of running Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake tours, we have compiled a list of everything you need to know about this famous trek. This information is to help you discover everything you need to know about the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek, including how to prepare and what to expect from the trip.

    We run over 40 trips a year on the Everest trail, following a number of routes and options. GET IN TOUCH today for more information, check our informative and unique itineraries!

    What Is the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek?

    First things first, what exactly is the trek to Mount Everest? Mount Everest sits on the border of Nepal and Tibet and there are two main climbing routes. To Climb Mount Everest, you need to establish a Base Camp for the climb. This trek leads you through the mighty Himalaya’s to the Base Camp of Mount Everest in Nepal.

    What is so special about it? Well, first, the history. Mount Everest was first climbed in 1953 by Tenzing Norway and Edmund Hillary. More incredible is the history of the Sherpa people traveled over the mountains from Tibet into the Everest region 700 years ago.

    Secondly, the experience. The Sherpa people brought their culture and traditions searching for a better life. They established the first monastery in upper Pangbouche which we will visit. They built trails and monasteries in places you wouldn’t believe.

    And last but not least, the primary reason for people trekking these trails lies at the end of the road – the base of Mount Everest at 17, 500 feet. Or, to be more precise, 9 days of hiking leads you through Lukla, Namche Bazaar, the famous Tengbouche. Then hike up Kala Patthar 18,520 feet to see one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Mount Everest, bathed in sunlight. It’s not a view you forget.

    After that marvelous crescendo, you get to stand in awe of the world’s tallest mountain, and explore some of the Khumbu glacier.

    How Many Days Does the Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake Trek Take?

    After each time we get to trek to Mount Everest, we start planning the next trip! No matter how many times we have been on this wonderful trek, we are still stunned and in awe of the Sherpa People.

    In total, we run 30 plus treks to Everest each year. Our favorite and popular Everest trekking tour is our sleeping at Everest Base Camp Trek.  We follow the traditional trail that leads you on the famous and original trail to the Base of Mount Everest. We also run a number of other treks through different valleys and over high passes to reach Mount Everest.

    Our Most Popular Tour – Sleeping at Everest Base Camp

    The sleeping at Everest Base Camp trek gives the visitor more acclimatization along with plenty of time to explore the khumbu or Everest glacier without having to rush. For many, this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so having the time to fully appreciate the beauty and spiritual connection of this remote region makes for an unforgettable trip.

    This is one of the most popular adventure treks in Nepal, as it takes you through some stunning mountain scenery and up and over high passes; Shyangbouche hill, Tengbouche and Kala Patthar.

    Along the way, you will pass many ancient monasteries in Namche, Pangbouche, Tengbouche, as well as no end of stunning natural beauty spots. And not only will you experience the remarkable beauty on Kala Patthar, but you’ll also be resting your head in the best campsite on Mount Everest.

    This trek generously includes 4 nights in Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital. We include the best available lodges, one night at Everest Base Camp. We include 2 nights at the Encore hotel in Kathmandu.  One night before and one night straight after the trek.

    We have a team of full time staff on the ground in Kathmandu available to assist you from start to finish. We also have 4 guides for every group of 10 trekkers. This offers you the best experience possible while you are on the ground in Nepal.

    Other Notable Tours

    Everest Base Camp via Gokyo.

    The Gokyo Lake and Everest Base Camp Trek, takes you high into the Himalaya on a less traveled trail. Throughout the trek, the route presents four of the world’s highest peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Makalu. This trek takes you off the well beaten Everest trail for some unique views of Mount Everest and the surroundings. Our itinerary includes three nights in Namche Bazaar, for optimal acclimatization. Having the additional acclimatization nights on the way up the trail, gives you the best chance of a safe and successful journey.

    The Traditional Trek to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lake

    We boast a 95% success rate to date on our 130km/ 81 mile Everest Base Camp trek, this is achieved by having 3 nights in Namche Bazaar at 3,440m/ 11,300 feet on the way up to the trail. This is a critical acclimatization point on the trail, giving you the best chance of making a safe and enjoyable journey to Everest Base Camp. Every group of 10 trekkers will have 4 guides with them, supporting their journey to Mount Everest.

    How Challenging Is the Everest Base Camp Trek?

    Although hiking to Mount Everest is not mountaineering it is a challenging under estimated trek. The trail to Mount Everest is long, leading through steep mountain terrain and steep stone steps. Also, due to high altitudes and steep ascents, it’s vital to prepare oneself before the trek to Everest.  We’ll talk more about trekking preparations in a moment.

    Permits and Trail Support

    Due to the ongoing erosion, the Nepal Government and locals out of Namche are re-enforcing and replacing parts of the trail. We support this work on contribute to this ongoing work in the region. We manage all the paper work needed to enter the region and Sagarmatha National Park. Securing these permits is only possible through a certified tour company, such as Adventure Land Nepal Tour and Travel and Nepal Jang Treks and Expedition.

    What Is the Best Time to trek to Mount Everest?

    When you’re thinking about booking your Everest Base Camp trek, you can either choose between hiking it during the dry season and wet season. The two differ immensely, so it’s important to consider their pros and cons.

    Dry Season (October – May)

    The dry season lasts from October through May. The most significant advantage is, of course, a significantly reduced chance of rain. In saying that it can rain or snow in any month even the main trekking seasons.

    On the other hand, the dry season coincides with the peak tourism seasons in Nepal. That means a lot more trekkers on the trail. Additionally, with more people interested in hiking to Everest in March, April, May, October, November and December you will need to book your trip further in advance.

    Wet Season (June – September)

    The wet season in Nepal spans from late May to September During this period, the trial is much less crowded, especially when it comes trekking below Mount Everest. The temperatures are also slightly warmer, but there is higher chance of no flights and mountain viewing is poor.

    However, the wet season means that you are more likely to hike in the rain, making the trail more slippery and challenging. Hiking in the rain for the whole day can also be a pain, especially if you aren’t equipped with a top-quality rain jacket.

    Preparing for Your Everest Base Camp Trek

    If you think that you can trek to Everest Base Camp in your worn hiking boots without any preparation whatsoever, think again. First, keep in mind that the Everest trail is over 80 miles of trekking covering over 26,000 feet of elevation.

    Secondly, bear in mind you’ll spend the entire trip in very high altitudes. The highest point on the trail, is Kala Patthar, at 5,645 meters above sea level. Such altitudes mean lower oxygen levels. Being able to withstand requires training and acclimatization.

    And lastly, there’s the case of preparing high-quality equipment. So yes, there’s a lot to consider when preparing for your Everest trek. We are available to offer advice. We will also go on group video calls to support you as you prepare.

    Pick the Right Itinerary to Match Your Ability

    Firstly, you need to do is pick the right itinerary. There is no one size fits all solution. The trail can be challenging, and therefore, you should consider adding more days or even a shortened tailored itinerary to suit your ability. Do not underestimate the lack of oxygen.

    Therefore, you need to make sure you pick the proper acclimatization schedule and days on the Everest trail to safely make your way through and experience. Choosing the right itinerary is vital for a safe, enjoyable, and successful experience in a low-oxygen environment higher up the trail to Mount Everest.

    If you fail to acclimatize well, then you run the risk of getting altitude sickness higher up. And trust us when we say it’s not the most pleasant thing to experience while on vacation.

    How to be Successful When Trekking at Altitude

    Breathing techniques, low heart rates, excellent hydration, and pacing are all extremely important in order to be safe and successful. Also, you need excellent physical conditioning to be able to walk up and down thousands of steps with a weighted back pack at high altitude.

    We can help you with this. DROP US AN E-MAIL today and get access to our Everest trekking professionals. Our office staff have personally made the Everest Base Camp Trek more than 10 times. Pick up the phone and speak to us. We have the trekking team, experience, and knowledge to help you come fully prepared for your trek to Everest.

    What to Pack for the Everest Trek?

    And finally, you need to know what to pack for your trek. We cover that in more detail, but in essence, our advice would be to bring the following equipment:

    a solid, trekking backpack with a waist strap,

    a sleeping bag,

    a change of clothes (hiking pants, merino t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, undergarments, etc.),

    a sturdy and solid pair of Trekking boots,

    hiking socks,

    rain jacket, poncho, or another piece of waterproof clothing,

    cap or hat for sun protection,



    bug spray

    trekking poles,

    toiletries (toothbrush, deodorant, washcloth, etc.),

    toilet paper,

    essential medications,

    some light snacks,

    power bank.

    As said, you will find a full list in our video guide. We will also send you a dedicated Everest Bae Camp Trek 35-page dossier, a full itemized kit list of necessary items to pack, and other information regarding the Everest Base Camp Trek.

    Our Staff

    Adventure Land Nepal or Nepal Jang Trek and Expedition, we provide the best possible service to our customers and are proud of the experience that our Nepalese staff provide. That is why we hire full-time staff in Kathmandu.  It’s a win-win for our staff and customers. Our team are motivated to provide the best possible service with a smile, and you get the most out of your trekking experience!

    Pick the Right Everest Base Camp Itinerary

    The first think you need to do is pick the right itinerary, hence, there is no one size fits all.  One key factor to consider is that you need to have as much acclimatization possible in the critical points of the trek. Therefore, you need 3 nights’ acclimatization in Namche Bazaar on the way up the trail. This is vital to a safe, enjoyable and successful experience in a low oxygen environment higher up the trail. If you fail to acclimatize well lower down, then you run the risk of getting altitude sickness higher up.

    The Everest Trek Requires Excellent Physical Preparation

    Breathing techniques, low heart rates, excellent hydration and pacing are all extremely important to be safe and successful. You also need excellent physical conditioning to be able to walk up and down hills with a weighted back pack at high altitude. We can help you understand more about this. SEND US AN E-MAIL today and get access to the Everest Base Camp professionals who have made the journey many times.

    Adventure Land Nepal Tours and Travels P. Ltd.

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    With over 18 years of experience we are well known in tourism sector of Nepal for operating both group and individual tours and treks. We have been executing adventure travel and tour itineraries with no occasion of complaints regarding our services since the time of our inception.

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